Sunday, 6 April 2014

Kids Days Out in Berkshire this Easter Half Term

It's Easter Half term so I thought I would do a round up of the best Days Out in Berkshire (or just outside of Berkshire) with the kids. I've broken it down into Free, Indoors and Outdoors. Our kids age range from 1yrs-9yrs although I think these days out are suitable for all age groups, even us adults and not a soft play in sight!!



Free Days Outs 


Virginia Waters A huge lake! Such a lovely places to walk or take scooters, with nice features and ruins to see along the way.

Family Bike Ride - Swinley Forest  An easy bike ride route for all the family ending at The Look Out



Grays Farm - Pick Your Own Tasty, fun and educational. Let your children see how their fruit and veg are grown, then picking their own,



Indoor Days Out


Leap Frog Ceramics Pottery painting at its best, I loved this indoor day out as much as the kids.
Milestone Museum  A hidden indoor Victorian village, attend a typical Victorian school class, spend your sweet rations and dress up and see how they lived.
Bowling  Under rated, when is the last time you've been? Great all round fun for the family.

The Living Rainforest Newbury Exotic plants, animals casually passing by and even an aquarium. Admission is also a yearly pass so you can go as many times as you like!


Outdoor Days Out

Greys Court National Trust One of our favorite National Trust places, beautiful gardens, a manor house for uncertain weather and a fantastic play area.

 Basildon Park - National Trust Another National Trust favorite! The manor house where they filmed Pride and Prejudice! And brilliant half term activities.

Carters Steam Fair  These always pop up around half terms, who doesn't like rides?! A great trip down memory lane for me.

Legoland Windsor A special treat for all those lego fans, fantastic rides and splash world for younger children.




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